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Friday 18 Apr 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 1
Highlights 2-8 January 2010

(L-R) Cat Deeley, "Nasty" Nigel Lythgoe and Arlene Phillips kick off the search for Britain's favourite dancer

So You Think You Can Dance – The Auditions

Saturday 2 January on BBC ONE

The international dance series comes to BBC One as Cat Deeley and judges Arlene Phillips and Nigel Lythgoe begin the search for Britain’s favourite dancer

Elvis In Vegas

Sunday 3 January on BBC TWO

The centrepiece of BBC Two's Elvis Night reveals the untold story of how the King transformed Las Vegas – the city that also helped to destroy him

Closing Guantanamo – This World

Sunday 3 January on BBC TWO

Former Defence Secretary Michael Portillo embarks on an eight-month quest to understand both the national security implications and the human rights issues involved in closing down the Guantanamo detention centre

Wallander – Faceless Killers

Sunday 3 January on BBC ONE

Kenneth Branagh returns as the Swedish detective in three feature-length investigations of the Bafta award-winning series

Nurse Jackie

From Monday 4 January on BBC TWO

A strong-willed nurse who keeps the hospital balanced with her own kind of justice is the star of this critically acclaimed US comedy set in a New York City emergency room, with Edie Falco (The Sopranos) in the title role

Great British Railway Journeys

From Monday 4 January on BBC TWO

Michael Portillo embarks on four epic journeys across the length and breadth of the country to see how one man – George Bradshaw – transformed travel in Britain

Tracy Beaker Returns

Friday 8 January on CBBC

Tracy Beaker is in financial trouble as Dani Harmer returns in the starring role of the drama based on multi-award winning children's author Jacqueline Wilson's books

BBC Television and Radio Programme Information Christmas pull-up publication dates are now available up to Week 4: Publication dates.

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